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to lay bricks


Definition (British English)

lay, brick
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Definition (American English)

lay, brick
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lay, brick
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lay, brick
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To lay bricksLast post 20 Aug 10, 02:25
On a garage floor. Heisst das: Backsteine liegen lassen?2 Replies
BricksLast post 30 Jul 08, 11:21
I'm just translating a document for a Swiss company which makes cutting equipment. They keep…4 Replies
to stonewall - mauernLast post 06 Jul 14, 06:51
stone·wall audio VERB: stone·walled, stone·wall·ing, stone·walls VERB: intr. Informal 2 Replies
"bricks" und "sticks"Last post 22 Feb 10, 22:58
Es geht hier um militärische Begriffe der britischen Armee, die ich für die Übersetzung von …24 Replies
Brick LaneLast post 09 Feb 13, 10:16
I just saw an advert for the Mini (car), and it's called "Mini Brick Lane". Leaving aside my…65 Replies
brick partition [constr.] - der RaumabschlussLast post 19 Jan 17, 13:10
Brick partition ist eine gemauerte Trennwand aus Ziegelsteinen - eine mögliche Unterform ei…0 Replies
lay tracks - Kabel verlegenLast post 26 Mar 20, 20:36
Tracks sind Schienen in diesem Zusammenhang - keine Kabel.Beim Verlegen von Kabeln muss man…4 Replies
madd brickLast post 27 Feb 15, 09:39
I picked this word from the urban dictionary, which says that this expressions is from Brook…5 Replies
dropping a clanger / brick ... Last post 26 Apr 07, 16:57
hello, I will be visiting germany in a couple of weeks time with some colleagues and last t…23 Replies
"von dieser Mauern"= correct?Last post 12 Jan 11, 12:37
Is "von dieser Mauern" correct, or was it correct in the 1820s? Otherwise I think I'm lookin…22 Replies

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